Monday, February 11 at 5:30pm
Lawrence Hall, Room 206
1190 Franklin Boulevard, Eugene, OR
The Third Dimension: Architectural Representation Between Traditional and New Technologies
New technologies are now universally recognized as extraordinary media for representing architectural space and design. Indeed, digital tools allow us to produce dynamic and physically interactive 'images' developed through the creation of virtual models that serve as an alternative to the 'crystallized moments' of traditional, static drawings. 3D modeling of architecture enables us to generate real, speaking images in a virtual, multidimensional, and ever-evolving world.